Love Is The Drug - Roxy Music - The Atlantic Years 1973 - 1980 (CD)

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Label: Atco Records - 7 90122-2,Atco Records - 90122-2 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Synth-pop, Glam


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9 thoughts on “ Love Is The Drug - Roxy Music - The Atlantic Years 1973 - 1980 (CD)

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Roxy Music - The Atlantic Years - at Discogs. Complete your Roxy Music collection.4/5().
  2. That track's inclusion here is the rationale behind the timeline, but "Do the Strand" was part of the 'Island years'; Atlantic acquired rights to it after the fact. #2 UK hit "Love Is the Drug", from 's Siren, also belongs to Roxy Mk I/5(12).
  3. Reissue with the 6th ATCO label variation is Roxy Music - The Atlantic Years - Pressing by Specialty Records Corporation identified by the SRC logo in runouts, and the E A S T emboss in the inner pressing ring on side B/5(7).
  4. Mourning Roxy Music's departure to Warner Brothers for their final album, Avalon, The Atlantic Years is a very top-heavy compilation concentrating on the band's final last albums for Atco, then tracking back to radio faves "Do the Strand" and "Love Is the Drug" to justify its title. As such, it was placed perfectly to wrap up any wallflowers who'd fallen for the slick uber-disco stylings of 6/
  5. Comparing romantic longings with those of drug users is a classic trope in popular music, going back to songs like ’s “Love Jones” or even ’s “You’re Getting to Be a Habit With.
  6. Grace Jones recorded "Love Is the Drug" for her Warm Leatherette album from The track was released as the second single, following "A Rolling Stone" in the UK while it was the first single to be released in failing to chart in , a remix of the Grace Jones version was released in following the compilation Island Life and then became a minor hit .
  7. Love Is The Drug [Atlantic Oldies Series] Atlantic OS Single 7" Single: The First 7 Albums: E'G EGBS 1: Album LP: Roxy Music [] Polydor MI Album LP: The Atlantic Years E'G Album LP: 03/11/ Marquee - The Collection - Volume 3: Vegiordia VLP (
  8. Roxy Music were an English rock band that were formed in by Bryan Ferry—who became the band's lead singer and main songwriter—and bass guitarist Graham frilabbrodacoutsol.tisrcastprepnimulfecattamadogscandio.coide Ferry, the other longtime members were Phil Manzanera (guitar), Andy Mackay (saxophone and oboe), and Paul Thompson (drums and percussion). Other members included Brian Eno .
  9. The Atlantic Years – Released: November ; Label: EG/Polydor (UK)/Atco (US) 23 60 62 46 31 BPI: Gold; Street Life: 20 Great Hits. Released: ; Label: EG; Credited to Roxy Music and Bryan Ferry. 1 2 14 10 1 BPI: Platinum; The Ultimate Collection. Released: ; Label: EG/Virgin; Credited to Roxy Music and.

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